About Jolla and SailfishOS...
I personally have Jolla and Jolla C phones, ordered the tablet and got (so far) half of the money back, pre-ordered the new Youyota-tablet and have Sony Xperia X waiting so that I can flash SailfishOS in it. You can call me fool or fanatic, but I really like the user interface of SFOS and I'm the kind of person, who runs his own owncloud, doesn't install Facebook's own application on his phone, likes to be able to ssh into his phone and likes to be independent.
The operating system is nice, but I think the hardware hasn't been that good so far. That Sony Xperia X is finally some decent hardware to use SFOS on.
As far as I understand, SailfishOS community (the users, I mean) really like the platform, but many people seem to be a bit of sceptical on Jolla as company and their plans. Or at least on their communication. Don't get me wrong, but the community often seems to have high expectations and would like the company to be more open in their communication. I think their communication often leaves the feeling that something is left untold. And deadlines are always very optimistic.
On the other hand that's not totally different from the relationship between Canonical and Ubuntu community. Or what?